This Saffron Rose Sabudana Chaat with Dates is a perfect meal to try during the Navaratri Vrat. Its tangy-sweet flavor is enhanced with saffron, rose and dates, ingredients that you typically don’t see in a chaat.
This Muradabadi Dal Chaat, a famous Indian street food, features healthy protein packed yellow moong dal lentils topped with a variety of fresh vegetables and spices. It’s a decadent, yet delightfully simple dish that is sure to warm you up as the weather starts to become cooler.
These nutritious, wholesome No-Bake Oats & Nuts Energy Bites are the only snack you’ll need for your sweet tooth cravings! Zesty, punchy, and healthy, all rolled into one, these energy bites are a big yes! Try it pre-workout, post-workout, during breakfast, for a snack, or just when you’re hungry!
Cracked Wheat Smoothie Bowls (Instant Pot or Stovetop) – packed full of antioxidants and vitamins, these cracked wheat smoothie bowls feature a super food twist! They look and taste just like smoothie bowls and even have the same fresh fruit and toppings, but they are extra healthy because of the yummy cracked wheat! Try it in three flavors – Saffron-Turmeric, Vanilla and Matcha for a healthy, super delicious breakfast or as an easy snack!
Crisped to perfection, these crunchy and super creamy, Cheese Corn Balls are the yummiest way to indulge! The magic starts with a beautiful mixture of cheese, corn, paneer, and mixed herbs. Coated in spiced breadcrumbs, stuffed with melty cheese bursting corn, and served with some bold dipping sauces, this appetizer can’t get any more perfect!
Moong Dal Pakodas (lentil fritters) is a traditional dish that I have been enjoying since my childhood on Makar Sakranti, the kite festival. Savor it with freshly made chili-garlic and cilantro-mint chutney! It’s crisped to perfection and a festive, texture-filled way to beat the winter weather!
One of the most iconic dishes found on the busy streets of Kolkata, Ghugni Chaat is a snack made of dried white peas, veggies and a medley of spices. Try this quick and easy Instant Pot recipe for a healthy meal which is nutritious and oil free! Enjoy this yummy Indian street food as a chaat or as a curry with some naan bread for the ultimate dish!!
Makki ka Dhokla with Spicy Moong Dal (Steamed Corn Cakes with Moong Lentil Stew) – the quintessential Rajasthani dish! Try these steamed corn cakes with peas and methi (fenugreek) leaves and spicy, protein rich moong dal, chutney and ghee, for a wholesome, finger-licking meal this winter!
Rainbow Dahi Shots – a festive twist on the classic Indian street and comfort food, this version of panipuri, drenched with yogurt based pani and stuffed with tangy masala is the perfect blend between colors and flavors!
A delightfully yummy cutlet made by sandwiching a vegetable medley filling between crackers, this easy appetizer is baked to perfection. Crispy, explosive, and vibrant, these are sure to be a hit at any party or gathering!